Face Frame Kitchen Cabinet Template

There are three big benefits to building your own kitchen cabinets: Customization and quality, and affordability.

To help with customization, we created this tutorial as a template on Shelf Help, where you can use the design configurator for free to figure all the cuts needed to build.  Click here for the free template for face frame kitchen cabinets.

Simplified 8' Barn Door Console Plans

photo by Estate of Bliss LLC

Want to make your living room instantly gorgeous (and tidier)?

A barn door door console can change everything!

ana white barn door console

Instead of paying over $1000, have you thought about building it yourself?

  • No particle board
  • You choose the finish
  • Rustic look from using solid wood
  • Save hundreds of dollars – we estimate building it yourself will cost about $350

Let Me Do The Hard Part

Don’t have a truck or a table saw to cut the plywood? 

I can help!

Let me ship the plywood pieces to your front door, precisely cut on a factory panel saw, with the front edges finished.  Since you only pay for exactly what you need (no scraps) and you don’t have to buy edge banding, the price is only a little more for all this convenience and accuracy. And you don’t have to go out and buy and store a big, expensive, dangerous table saw.

Click here to purchased the customized kit for this Barn Door Console Plan.

Want to do everything yourself?  No problem – we have the plywood cuts listed in the cut list too.

Wood Pumpkin Treat Holder

We love these fun, festive pumpkins at the front door!  They make festive planters or treat holders for trick or treaters.

trick or treat holders

This is a very easy DIY project, perfect for a beginner.  These pumpkins are fun to customize, and they are almost impossible to mess up!

You can use pallet wood or fence pickets.  With fence pickets, my project cost $8!  

I went with a Farmhouse theme, because I’d like to use this wood pumpkin as decor through Thanksgiving.

farmhouse pumpkin decor wood treat holder

We are so excited to present trick-or-treaters with this beautiful help yourself display.

It’s so easy to make.  I made mine with a jigsaw and a hot glue gun (NO Drill or screws or nailer required).

See free plans below:

trick or treat candy holder wood pumpkin

Pumpkin Treat Holder

We love these fun, festive pumpkins at the front door!  They make festive planters or treat holders for trick or treaters.

trick or treat holders

This is a very easy DIY project that you can make using just a few tools.

Here’s the steps: